During Green Earth Spray Foam the crew will run a hose to the attic, crawl space, or rim joist of an existing home or the unfinished walls in new construction or a pole barn. This allows the crew to spray a layer of closed or open-cell foam into any nook and cranny that needs insulating. This process is quick and very effective.
One of the most important benefits that spray foam provides is its ability to seal air leaks, which are the primary reasons that homeowners see sky-high energy bills. This is because heat is always trying to escape from a warmer area to a colder one, and it’s a big waste of energy. Spray foam insulation stops the flow of hot and cold air and prevents these costly energy losses.
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Closed-cell spray foam also acts as an effective moisture barrier, which prevents the introduction of humidity into hard-to-reach areas in a building’s exterior walls and structure. Humid air can lead to mold and mildew problems, but spray foam’s strong vapor barrier helps prevent moisture from entering a home or building.
Another benefit of spray foam insulation is that it’s very durable. Unlike fiberglass batt insulation, which will deteriorate over time, spray foam insulation can last for as long as your building does. This durability makes it the more economical choice if you are planning to live in your home for an extended period of time.
A final benefit of spray foam is that it will help your HVAC system operate more efficiently. It will reduce the amount of energy it takes to warm up or cool down your home, which in turn cuts your utility bill costs. It will also reduce your use of space heaters, ceiling fans, box fans, or other climate control devices.
Green Earth Spray Foam
1891 Prospect Church Rd Lawrenceville, GA 30043